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Can We End Violence?



How can the Church contribute to reconciliation in conflict zones? A champion for the voiceless, Lynne Hybels longs for the day Isaiah described when nations "will not train for war anymore." But in a world where ethnic and religious tensions tear apart human relationships, she presses forward. Her frequent travels

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Everyday Violence

How do we confront the greatest oppressor of the poor? Millennium goals have made a focal point of ending poverty, both at home and abroad, but no one's talking about violence. We live in an age in which an estimated 27 million people are held as slaves, and 600,000 to 800,000 children, women,

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Consumer Sex & The Objectification of Women

From popular music to popular fashion, “sexy” has often become synonymous with “beautiful.” But such a shift is not simply semantics. Founder and executive director of Saving Innocence, Kim Biddle, uncovers the dangerous realities behind identity formation—how our pop culture, fashion and consumerism are affecting the way young girls

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The Story of Justice

Gregg Helvey understands how to tell a story well. He graduated from film school at the University of Southern California, the place where George Lucas dreamed up Star Wars and Robert Zemeckis developed the chops that led to Back to the Future and Forrest Gump. If you want to make

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